Founded by: O.E. Polansky+ in 1975

Aims and scope

MATCH Communications in Mathematical and in Computer Chemistry publishes papers of original research as well as reviews on chemically important mathematical results and non-routine applications of mathematical techniques to chemical problems. A paper acceptable for publication must contain non-trivial mathematics or communicate non-routine computer-based procedures AND have a clear connection to chemistry.

Publication frequency:
2 volumes per year, each with 3 issues

Guide for authors


Faculty of Science
P. O. Box 60
34000 Kragujevac

to be appointed

Managing Editor:
Boris Furtula
Alexandru T. Balaban (Galveston, USA), Patrick W. Fowler (Sheffield, UK), Adalbert Kerber (Bayreuth, Germany), Douglas J. Klein (Galveston, USA)

Editorial Board:
Akbar Ali (Ha'il, Saudi Arabia), Eric Ould Dadah Andriantiana (Grahamstown, South Africa), Ali Reza Ashrafi (Kashan, Iran), Mario N. Berberan-Santos (Lisbon, Portugal), Dorota Bielinska-Waz (Gdansk, Poland), Gunnar Brinkmann (Ghent, Belgium), Jerzy Cioslowski (Szczecin, Poland), Kinkar Chandra Das (Suwon, Republic of Korea), Jan Cz. Dobrowolski (Warsaw, Poland), Ernesto Estrada (Palma de Mallorca, Spain), Shinsaku Fujita (Kanagawa, Japan), Mikhail Goubko (Moscow, Russia), Batmend Horoldagva (Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia), Sandi Klavzar (Maribor, Slovenia), Xueliang Li (Tianjin, China), Brendan McKay (Caberra, Australia), Eduardo R. Mendoza (Manila, Philippines), Bojan Mohar (Burnaby, Canada), Jose Luis Palacios (Albuquerque, USA), Mihai V. Putz (Timisoara, Romania), Juan Rada (Medellin, Colombia), Theodore E. Simos (Tripolis, Greece), Gabor Szederkenyi (Budapest, Hungary), Roberto Todeschini (Milano, Italy), Stephan Wagner (Uppsala, Sweden), Yusen Zhang (Weihai, China)

Some Information on MATCH

The full title of the journal is: MATCH Communications in Mathematical and in Computer Chemistry

The journal should be quoted as: MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem.

Please always and everywhere quote the journal in the
above indicated manner. By doing this you will help it
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Impact factor of MATCH for year 2021: 2.633

(1975 - 2023)

Impact factor of MATCH for year 2020: 2.497
Impact factor of MATCH for year 2019: 1.949

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